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Title Race and ethnicity in the classical world : an anthology of primary sources in translation / selected and translated by Rebecca F. Kennedy, C. Sydnor Roy, and Max L. Goldman.
Imprint Indianapolis : Hackett Pub. Company, Inc., ©2013.

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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 405 pages) : maps
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-396) and index.
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Online resource; title from e-book title screen (EBL platform, viewed April 10, 2015).
Subject Ethnicity -- Rome -- History.
Ethnicity -- Greece -- History.
Race -- Social aspects -- Rome -- History.
Race -- Social aspects -- Greece -- History.
Ethnicity in literature.
Race in literature.
Civilization, Classical.
Rome -- Civilization.
Greece -- Civilization.
Greece.
Rome (Empire)
Genre History.
Contents Homer and Hesiod: early theories of foreignness -- Genealogies and origins -- Environmental theories -- Genetic theories -- Custom or cultural theories -- The inhabited world -- Africa: Egypt -- Africa: Libya, Carthage, and Numidia -- Africa: Ethiopia and beyond -- Asia: Persia, Media, Babylon, and Parthia -- Asia: Judea and the Jewish diaspora -- Asia: Arabia -- Asia : India, China, and the edges of the world -- Europe: the Black Sea region -- Europe: Gaul, Germany, and Britain.
Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Race and Ethnicity: Modern Concepts, Ancient Texts; Organization and Structure; Notes on the Translations; Maps; Theories; Chapter 1. Homer and Hesiod: Early Theories of Foreignness; 1. Homer, Odyssey 1.22-26; 2. Homer, Odyssey 4.77-89; 3. Homer, Odyssey 4.219-232; 4. Homer, Odyssey 7.22-36, 7.77-132; 5. Homer, Odyssey 9.105-139, 9.171-298; 6. Homer, Odyssey 10.1-19, 10.87-124; 7. Homer, Odyssey 11.119-134; 8. Homer, Odyssey 15.380-453; 9. Hesiod, Works and Days 109-181.
Chapter 2. Genealogies and Origins1. Pindar, Olympian 9.40-46; 2. Herodotus, Histories 7.150; 3. Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War 1.2-12; 4. Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War 6.2-6; 5. Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Roman Antiquities 1.89-90; 6. Livy, From the Founding of the City 1.1-4, 1.8-9; 7. Vergil, Aeneid 3.94-113, 3.161-171; 8. Vergil, Aeneid 12.818-840; 9. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.78-88; 10. Josephus, Jewish Antiquities 12.225-227; 11. Tacitus, Annals 11.24.1; 12. Pausanius, Description of Greece 10.4.4; 13. [Apollodorus], The Library 1.7.2.
14. [Apollodorus], The Library 2.1.415. Hyginus, Genealogies 178; Chapter 3. Environmental Theories; 1. Hippocratic Corpus, On Airs, Waters, Places 12-24; 2. Herodotus, Histories 3.12; 3. Herodotus, Histories 9.122; 4. Xenophon, Agesilaos 1.27-28; 5. Aristotle, Politics 7.5.6 (1327b); 6. [Aristotle], Physiognomics 806b15; 7. Cicero, On Divination 2.96-97; 8. Vitruvius, On Architecture 6.1.3-5, 6.1.8-11; 9. Manilius, Astronomica 4.711-730; 10. Seneca, On Anger 2.15; 11. Pliny the Elder, Natural Histories 2.79-80; 12. Apuleius, Apology 24; 13. Ptolemy, Tetrabiblos 2.2.
14. Vegetius, On Military Matters 1.2Chapter 4. Genetic Theories; 1. Athenian Citizenship Law of 451 BCE (from Plutarch, Life); 2. Herodotus, Histories 3.101.2; 3. Euripides, Suppliants 219-225; 4. Euripides, Ion 57-75, 260-272, 289-296, 585-594, 1295-1305,1569-1594; 5. Euripides, Phoenician Women 818-821, 931-944; 6. Euripides, Bacchae 538-544; 7. Plato, Timaeus 18d-19a; 8. Plato, Republic 414d-415c, 459a-e; 9. Plato, Menexenus 237b-238b, 238e-239a; 10. Plato, Laws 3.692e-693a; 11. Aristotle, Politics 5.2.10-11 (1303a25-40).
12. Aristotle, Politics 1.1.5 (1252b), 1.2.7, 1.2.12-14, 1.2.18-19 (1254a-1255a excerpted)Chapter 5. Custom or Cultural Theories; 1. Aeschylus, Suppliants 234-294; 2. Antiphon, On Truth, Oxyrhynchus Papyri 1364 and 3647; 3. Herodotus, Histories 1.56.2-57.3; 4. Herodotus, Histories 3.16, 3.27-29, 3.38; 5. Herodotus, Histories 5.22; 6. Herodotus, Histories 8.144; 7. Euripides, Andromache 155-180; 8. Euripides, Cyclops 11-26, 113-128, 275-304, 316-346; 9. Anonymous, Dissoi Logoi 2.9-18; 10. Isocrates, Panegyric 50; 11. Demosthenes, Third Philippic 30-32; 12. Polybius, Histories 6.47.
Summary By offering fluent, accurate translations of extracts and fragments from a wide assortment of ancient texts, this volume allows a comprehensive overview of ancient Greek and Roman concepts of "otherness," as well as Greek and Roman views of non-Greeks and non-Romans. A general introduction, thorough annotation, maps, a select bibliography, and an index are also included.
Other Author Roy, C. Sydnor.
Goldman, Max L., 1973-
Other Title Print version: Kennedy, Rebecca Futo, 1974- Race and ethnicity in the classical world. Indianapolis : Hackett Pub. Company, Inc., [2013] 9781603849944